How to can Sweet, Mild, or Hot Chili peppers If you are canning peppers remember they will not hold their crunch or texture. There is just no way that I know of around the soft results. However they are great for adding to many meals that benefit from the flavor addition even if they don’t […]
Canning Vegetables is a great way to save your harvest for the future. Learn how to can a variety of vegetables. Remember you must use a pressure canner. Read more on this page...
Grow and preserve your own food. Gain confidence and a sense of self-reliance. Simply Canning teaches in a way anyone can fill their pantry.
Learn How to Can Vegetables
Find step-by-step tutorials in the links below.
Asparagus (coming soon)
Canning carrots ready to add to a stew or soup. Or just heat, add some butter and sprinkle on a bit of cinnamon. Use a crinkle cutter for a fun look to your jars. And use the optional sweet syrup to make sweet carrots for a treat. This page includes: Canning Carrots; Extended step by […]
Canning corn at home is a good alternative to freezing it all. Save some freezer space and create convenience for easy meals and side dishes. All you need to know!
5 Ways of preserving corn. Canning Dehydrating, Pickling, and Freezing (both on and off the cob). A bonus video is at the very bottom with our easy way to strip the corn off the cob! If you’ve got a lot of corn to take care of you need this trick. My husband came up with […]
With Sharon Peterson How to cook beets starts with learning how to peel fresh beets! This process is important whether you’re canning beets, freezing beets, or just cooking beets for dinner. Read below and watch the video tutorial as I walk you through peeling beets the easy way! And for those of you wondering….. yes […]
Though time-consuming, learning how to can beets is actually easy. First, you skin them, then pack them in jars, finally process. Beets are a vegetable that you either love or hate. Personally, I love them. Sooooo very very much better than store-bought. If you are one who thinks beets taste like dirt, try homegrown (or […]